Shahrukh Khan said, "I don't think the film has done as well as
it should have. I am personally disappointed with that. To be
honest, it has perhaps not done as well in India as I would like it
to do. But overseas it has done very well in a lot of countries
like Germany, Austria. It is quite thrilling that Indian films are
reaching far and wide. There is a lot of business
Shahrukh Khan recently revealed at the book launch event that he
is not very happy with the box office collections of his film
Dilwale was released on December 18th. The romantic
comedy had marked the return of Shahrukh Khan and Kajol's pairing
after a long time.
Dilwale is Produced by Red Chillies Entertainment and Rohit
Shetty. The total box office collection (Indian and
overseas) of the movie is 350 Crores.
SRK's Intolerant Comment
Shahrukh Khan's comments on the recent intolerance debate
created quite a stir. So the actor refused to comment on Ghulam
Ali's concert at the book launch.
(In Pic-Gauri & SRK)
On the work front, Shahrukh Khan is busy with the shooting of
his upcoming film Raees, which is expected to release on
Eid, this year.
(In Pic-Shahrukh Khan)
At the same book launch event, Shahrukh Khan was asked to
comment on Priyanka Chopra, who won People's Choice Awards in Los
Angeles for American TV show Quantico.
To which Shahrukh said, "What happens with these achievements is
Indian cinema is introduced in places where it needs to be
introduced. It opens gates for more actors and actresses to look
at.'' However, the actor said, that he is not interested in doing
International cinema, "I am very happy making the films that I do.
I have made it clear many times earlier, I don't think I will foray
into it (international cinema).''
When a journalist asked Shahrukh Khan to express his views on Pakistani ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali's upcoming performance in the eastern metropolis, Shahrukh Khan refused to comment on it, ''"Because of the reaction I get whenever I make political or religious comments, I will not use this platform to say anything on this.''